About Caitlin Wilson, MPH

Caitlin Wilson is a health services administrator for a long-term care facility in Vermont. She is a public health advocate and focuses her research and projects on increasing health equity for Vermont’s most vulnerable populations. Prior to working as a healthcare administrator, Caitlin worked for years in social services and community outreach at a Federally Qualified Health Center. She is a graduate of the UVM LCOM’s MPH Program and her undergraduate education in Biological Science was also completed at the University of Vermont.  

Caitlin is an active member in her small Vermont Community. She has served as an intern learning more about the Accountable Communities for Health Model with THRIVE. She also has spent years collaborating on a migrant health program to increase health care access throughout Vermont. Caitlin has volunteered for organizations such as  Habitat for Humanity and at an HIV/HCV Center where she conducted community needs assessment surveys to better increase health equity. Caitlin has years of experience providing health education courses such as smoking cessation group interventions and diabetes self-management courses at no cost to her community.

Caitlin Wilson is also the career advisor for all incoming, current, and graduated Master of Public Health Students.

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